Apple released the third iOS 13 beta two weeks ago on Tuesday. Following this, Apple released a revised version of iOS 13 Beta 3 on the 8th of July. While I found most of iOS 13 Beta 3 to work fine, there were still some elements that still weren’t functional, andI actually had way mare crashes and freezes compared to Beta 2.
If we look back over the history of pervious iOS beta releases with iOS 10, iOS 11, and iOS 12, we can see that Apple normally keep approximately two weeks between each beta release up until the sixth or seventh beta release, give or take. Normally after the 7th or 8th beta release, Apple change the release schedule to weekly.
So, if we follow this release cycle with iOS 13, we will see that iOS 13 Beta 4 should potentially be launching on Tuesday the 16th of July 2019. That would mean that is would be two weeks since the release of the third beta for iOS 13, which launched on the 2nd of July 2019, which would leave me to believe that this date is correct. Of course, we don’t know if Apple will take the revised beta into consideration, but looking through the history of revised iOS betas it seems as though Apple don’t count revised beats into the release schedule.
Of course, Apple can change their release schedule at any time, so please don’t rely entirely on this information. This is merely a guess based on previous release dates of iOS 10, 11, and 12. Apple may have changed the schedule completely for iOS 13.
Anyway, I’m very much hoping that today is the correct day for iOS 13’s newest beta! I’ve had quite a few bugs, glitches, and crashes with beta 3, so I’m very enthusiastic for the next version of this year’s beta!